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Post date: April 12, 2019
Community Support Services Director — Values Into Action

Values Into Action
Media, PA

An organization supporting people with intellectual disabilities exclusively in their own homes, at all hours of the day and night, is looking for leadership in the operations of our licensed residential services, acting as the Community Services Director. Be aware that our organization delivers this service very differently than other, traditional organizations. People choose where and with whom they live, and the housing is separate from the service.

The ten people accepting this support live in southeast Pennsylvania. Frequent, regional travel is required, as people themselves lead the design of their paid support system, and are a part of the delivery of the services, and the evaluation of those services. The person in this position will work closely with people, their families, direct support and program specialist staff.

The current salary range for this position is $50-60K/year with a flexible and generous benefit package.

The right candidate will demonstrate:

  • An interest in innovating and modernizing traditional residential services in partnership with people with disabilities, their families and staff;
  • At least 5 years of effective management/leadership experience of community based services, including program specialist experience;
  • A master’s degree in a human service field preferred; a bachelor’s degree and applicable experience can be considered.
  • Ideally, direct service or lived experiences as a family member, colleague or friend of someone who identifies as having a disability;
  • Successful experience working in a highly regulated task environment, with a distributed workforce;
  • A clear understanding of person centered thinking and planning skills, as evidenced by examples of having supported people with significant support needs in control of their services and living lives of their choosing
  • A willingness to take thoughtful risks, be creative in approaching challenges associated with helping people to live an everyday life, and be very organized with their own priorities and time
  • An ability to not only adapt but to thrive in a highly active and changing work environment

We need a strong-willed, values driven person... someone with an entrepreneurial spirit who can ride the wave and keep things solution-focused when times get tough; someone with strong leadership skills who knows that the best work is done when the people impacted are heard and included- Is this you?

Values Into Action is an equal opportunity employer.

Visit our website at WWW.VALUESINTOACTION.ORG to learn more about who we are and what we do. If interested please complete our online application on our website.

Post date: April 3, 2019
Chief Executive Officer – Marcfirst

Marcfirst
Bloomington-Normal, IL

Marcfirst, a non-profit corporation that supports people with developmental disabilities and families in McLean County is seeking a new CEO with significant demonstrated leadership skills. The CEO will provide strategic direction and manage the overall operations of the organization while maintaining a strong executive presence in working with other nonprofits, healthcare entities, elected officials and the business community. Furthermore, the CEO will carry on the mission, vision, and values, embracing the Board of Director’s desire in maintaining and growing its programs to meet community needs and to expand the major donor portfolio.

VISION

Our vision is to become a bridge to a community where all people can pursue and achieve their dreams throughout their lives.

VALUES

Marcfirst will endeavor to operate under the following principles:

  • We support people and promote individual abilities based on their hopes and dreams throughout their lifetime.
  • We treat people with dignity and respect.
  • We promote an atmosphere of personal growth, development and continuous quality improvement.
  • We value a diverse community for all.
  • We value a partnership within our community.

Community: Bloomington-Normal is located in the heart of Central Illinois, approximately 125 miles southwest of Chicago, 155 miles northeast of St. Louis and 64 miles northeast of Springfield. As a vibrant, upscale Midwestern community, Bloomington-Normal is home to Illinois State University and Illinois Wesleyan University and has a thriving economy with companies such as State Farm and Country Financial. Bloomington-Normal also offers a wide variety of cultural and recreational venues such as the Grossinger Motors Arena, The Bloomington Center for Performing Arts, and Braden Auditorium.

Adkisson Search has been retained by Marcfirst of Bloomington-Normal, Illinois to assist in the search for a Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

All interested candidates contact and send resume to

Michelle S. Houchin, MSL, CMPE

Adkisson Search

Call: 866.311.0000

Text: 309.532.1436

Email: michelle@adkissonsearch.com

Marcfirst is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, national origin, veteran, ancestry, age, religion, disability, citizenship status or any other group protected by the law.

Post date: March 29, 2019
CEO – John F. Murphy Homes, Inc.

John F. Murphy Homes, Inc.
Auburn, ME

John F. Murphy Homes, Inc. (JFM) was founded in 1977. Our mission is to provide support services for people with intellectual disabilities in the Lewiston – Auburn Maine communities. With a current budget of $50 million dollars and 850 staff members, JFM continues its mission to promote the well-being of diverse populations through innovative, culturally inclusive residential and educational programs. 

JFM is seeking a Chief Executive Officer to replace our retiring chief executive after 35 years on the job. We seek a person with an entrepreneurial spirit to provide leadership and direction for this non-profit agency’s continued growth and development.  The ideal candidate is a dynamic and innovative leader in the social services field, who will provide strategic leadership and direction, and will deliver quality behavioral health and community-based services for the organization.  This action-focused leader must have experience leading teams and developing a service-oriented performance culture among a group of diverse, talented people. Business acumen in the areas of nonprofit finance, operations, administration, and strategic planning are necessary. 

As a community based non-profit agency, it is important that the CEO, as the face of the organization, actively participates in local organizations, boards, committees and the Lewiston-Auburn community at large. This position requires working flexible hours to attend early morning, evening and weekend meetings or conferences in the local community, and in or out of state. The successful candidate must be an effective collaborator to work with a diverse constituency including elected officials, family members, people supported, and advocacy groups in the human services field.

Desired skills and experience include:

  • Proven non-profit administrative leadership, preferably in the area of Intellectual Disabilities, with a track record of providing strategic and tactical leadership.
  • Documented background in human services program planning, implementation, monitoring, evaluation, and performance improvement methodologies and processes.
  • Accomplished in human services and financial management, including budgeting, resource allocation, auditing, policy formulation and implementation, including administering within a structure of federal, state and local laws and regulations.
  • Demonstrated success in achieving organizational objectives through proactive leadership and management of staff.
  • Ability to sustain strong working relationships in the organization, the community, and nationally.
  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, business administration, non-profit management or other social services related field.
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills. As the face of the organization, the CEO must be adept at public speaking and networking.

This position is directly accountable and responsible to JFM’s Board of Directors.

John F. Murphy Homes, Inc. offers a competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits package, including paid time off, health, life, and a wide range of voluntary benefits, to include dental and vision coverage, and participation in a 403(b) retirement plan. 

Please send cover letter with resume to: execsearch@jfmh.org; or mail to:

HR–Execsearch

JFM Homes, Inc.

800 Center St., Auburn, ME 04210 

-EOE-

Post date: March 22, 2019
Senior Community Living Manager and Director of Community Living Supports – UCP

United Cerebral Palsy
Gwinnett/Rockdale/Savannah, GA

Since 1965, UCP of Georgia has been a leader in supporting people with all types of intellectual and developmental disabilities. We are more than our name. Our mission is to positively support and impact the achievement of a Life Without Limits for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Voted one of the top workplaces in Atlanta for 2018, UCP is looking for leaders to help us achieve or mission! 

We are currently seeking strong applicants for the following positions:

Senior Community Living Manager

This role provides leadership and guidance to two of our residential homes in a region.  Positions are available in Metro Atlanta (Gwinnett and Rockdale Counties) as well as Savannah, and Augusta.   Schedule is 12 PM to 8 PM Monday-Friday.  Starting salary is $40,000.

Director of Community Living Supports

This role provides oversight and guidance to three of our Regions.  Responsible for ensuring that all regions and homes are operating within guidelines of UCP.  Salary range $75,000 to $80,000.

UCP offers the following benefits:

  • Generous paid time off
  • 403B
  • Medical coverage including a plan that is zero cost to employees for single coverage
  • Dental benefits

To apply for a position, visit https://ucpga.org/careers/.

For more information, please email tcarter@ucpga.org.

Post date: March 18, 2019
Chief Executive Officer/Executive Director - Imagine!

Imagine!
Lafayette, CO

Purpose of Position

Ensures a continuously high quality of services and supports and financial responsibility and stability of Imagine! by overseeing the day-to-day administration of the organization.  Exercises executive-level responsibility and decision making and conducts strategic and tactical planning for the organization.  Reports to Board of Directors.

Essential Duties/Responsibilities

  • Provides executive-level leadership to the corporation and its affiliates.
  • Identifies significant issues affecting clients, families, and Imagine!.  Ensures that analyses, plans and strategies are developed to address such issues.  Advises the Board of Directors on current and anticipated matters which may affect the organization, clients and staff.
  • Operates the Corporation in compliance with all applicable Federal, State, County and Municipal statutes, regulations, rules and policies.
  • Develops, presents to the Board of Directors for approval, and operates within the approved budget each fiscal year through the delegation of responsibility, authorization of expenditures, and employment of necessary senior staff.
  • Develops and implements an effective organizational structure for the corporation.
  • Develops and maintains strong relationships with local and State agencies, governmental bodies, businesses, committees, commissions, teams, or other bodies which monitor, fund, or otherwise affect the operations of the corporation.
  • Ensures yearly and long term planning for the corporation and an evaluation of the quality and quantity of services provided by the corporation and its vendors.
  • Serves as the Executive Secretary of the Board of Directors, fulfilling all responsibilities of that position.

Job Qualifications

Knowledge, Skill, and Ability:

·     Expert knowledge of the developmental disabilities systems in Colorado.  This includes knowledge of services and supports for the target population, rules and regulations, as well as current issues and trends.

·     Expert knowledge of general budgeting principles.

·     Expert knowledge of management principles and approaches.

·     Solid knowledge of short and long term planning approaches.

·     Effective written and verbal communication skills with individuals and groups at all professional levels.

·      Effective and creative negotiator and problem solver.

·     Ability to work independently and prioritize tasks/goals for self and others.

·     Ability to engage in creative thinking.

·     Ability to lead, supervise, direct and motivate staff of the corporation in order to provide quality services according to the plan, budget and mission.

·     Ability to work effectively with contemporary technology including various software, cloud computing, social media, and virtual workplaces.

·     Possession of a valid driver’s license and ability to meet Imagine! driving requirements.

            Training/Education:

·     Master’s degree in business administration, management, human services or a related field strongly preferred. 

·     Bachelor’s degree required.

            Experience:

·     This is an executive level position, which requires a minimum of seven years related experience

·     OR equivalent combination of education and experience. 

 

            Working Environment/Physical Activities

·     Effective with shifting roles, responsibilities, and expectations in a changing environment. 

 

Note: This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or qualifications associated with the job. 

Post date: March 1, 2019
Executive Director – Sunrise Community, Inc.

Sunrise Community, Inc.
Tallahassee, FL

Qualifications

  • Must successfully complete the required pre-employment Background and Drug Screenings
  • Must possess a valid Driver's License which meets company standards for approved driver status
  • Must be proficient with WORD, EXCEL, Outlook and possess basic computer skills
  • Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent from an accredited university or college. Major in Business,Healthcare or Human Service related field preferred
  • Minimum of five years of relevant experience in a management position, preferably with a not-for-profit
  • Must possess experience working with a company/organization serving persons with disabilities, experience withstate and/or federally funded programs for people with disabilities preferredEssential

Essential Functions

  • Serves as an advocate for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to ensure the services providedpromote independence in new and innovative ways
  • Supports the day-to-day operations to assure a positive efficient organization that meets all regulatoryrequirements
  • Assures program quality and organizational stability through development and implementation of standards andcontrols, systems and procedures, and regular reviews and revisions
  • Mentors and develops Directors of Operations and other supervisors as appropriate to increase knowledge,leadership growth and opportunities for succession
  • Ensures all locations demonstrate quality, consistency, safety and compliance by monitoring the following ofprocesses, policies and procedures, and holding the appropriate staff accountable for non-compliance
  • Ensures the implementation and commitment to the organization’s strategic plan
  • Responsible for fiscal management and commitment to operating within the approved budget
  • Reviews and analyzes financial reports with plans of action to address and improve performance
  • Ensures maximum utilization of approved hours, accurate documentation and timely billing for services to maintainthe organization in a positive financial position
  • Works with members of senior leadership and the Directors of Operations to develop and implement growthstrategies to provide maximum return on investment (ROI) with limited risk to the organization
  • Positively represents the organization and engages regulatory bodies, community, civic organizations, donors,families and the general public
  • Performs other duties as assigned

Interested candidates may submit resume via email (astevens@sunrisegroup.org) or by mail at:

1830 Buford Court

Tallahassee, FL 32308

Equal opportunity employer and drug free workplace. Position will close on 4/1/2019.